1 I tend to overuse certain favourite expressions.
2 They greeted him with many expressions of pleasure.
3 Laughter is one of the most infectious expressions of emotion.
4 Expressions of sympathy flooded in from all over the country.
5 His expressions varied from poker-faced to blank.
6 English is a language abounding with idiomatic expressions.
7 The representatives of both sides reciprocated formal expressions of goodwill.
8 This was the occasion for expressions of friendship by the two presidents.
9 These expressions are often used interchangeably, but they do have different meanings.
10 The rebel leader claimed to have received expressions of support from all the neighbouring countries.
11 Her writing is full of colourful expressions.
12 Many dated expressions are being dropped from the new dictionary.
13 They greeted the president with many expressions of pleasure.
14 Many informal expressions are gaining currency in serious newspapers.
15 Difficult expressions are explained in the glosses at the bottom of the page.
16 All their expressions were not true.
17 It was downright panic—the frozen expressions on the faces of the actors was proof enough of that.
18 The children's expressions were a joy to behold.
19 Have you an appointment? Some expressions with have are common even in informal language:I'm sorry,[sentencedict.com] I haven't a clue.
20 He uses a lot of unusual expressions.
21 We've received a lot of expressions of support for our campaign.
22 We can use our eyes and facial expressions to communicate virtually every subtle nuance of emotion there is.
23 The article was full of overworked expressions.
24 In this dictionary we often gloss difficult expressions with an explanation in brackets.
25 Facial expressions are part of the conveyance of meaning.
26 Some expressions are used more in speech than in writing.
27 Wheat color skin to a healthy sense of vitality, wearing Nike a complete set of pure white pink edge sportswear, the tiny curly brown hair tied in a relaxed and lively braids,(www.Sentencedict.com) always the confidence of cute expressions.
28 The fashionable remarks of today often become the commonplace expressions of tomorrow.
29 She soon regretted what she'd done. In the comparative or superlative or in expressions such as as soon as possible, soon emphasizes that something is done without delay:Please reply as soon as possible.
30 In our reading we should always be alert for idiomatic expressions.
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